CAS Computing Progression Pathways KS1 (Y1) to KS3 (Y9) by 'unofficial' strand

last edited Nov 03 2015 by Mark Dorling | Created by Mark Dorling | Other contributors: Paul Browning

CAS Computing Progression Pathways KS1 (Y1) to KS3 (Y9) by 'unofficial' strand

There is a PDF document available for download that explains how the CAS Computing Progression Pathways (by unofficial strand) can used both with and without Digital Badges.

To view these learning statements by ‘topic’ please see:

This document ‘CAS Computing Progression Pathways’ works hand in hand with the ‘CAS computational thinking guidance for teachers’.

For a free training course created by CAS for senior leaders on understanding computational thinking, progression and an updated OFSTED S5 observation form with worked example please see:

We will continue to develop this agenda – if you have any suggestion, please do not hesitate to have a conversation with any of the authors or email feedback.

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